The Centre for Medical Progress has released another video concerning abortion practices in America, during which a former blood and tissue procurement technician says she witnessed an abortion procedure where a baby’s heart was still beating afterwards.
The ten minute clip focuses on Holly O’Donnell, former employee of StemExpress a partner company of Planned Parenthood’s, revealing that she was once asked to help to procure the brain tissue of an unborn baby.
She says that one day a colleague called her over to “see something kind of cool.” O’Donnell explains: “So, I’m over here and this is the moment I see it. I’m just flabbergasted. This is the most gestated fetus and the closest thing to a baby I’ve seen.”
She goes on to explain that her colleage subsequently tapped the baby’s heart and then it began to beat. She says: “I’m sitting here and I’m looking at this fetus and it’s heart is beating — and I don’t know what to think. I knew why it was happening, because the electrical current, the nodes were still firing, and I don’t know if that constitutes it’s technically dead or if it’s alive.”
O’Donnell recounts that the baby had eyelids, a pronounced nose and mouth and that her colleague explained to her that “this is a really good fetus” and that they would procure a brain from it.
O’Donnell explained: “She takes the scissors and she makes a small incision… and goes, I would say to maybe a little bit through the mouth, and she was like, ‘Okay, can you go the rest of the way?’”
O’Donnell says that she reluctantly agreed but then regretted her decision. She said: “I’m just sitting there like, ‘What did I just do?’” she said. “That was the moment that I knew I couldn’t work for the company anymore.”
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